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controversial ads at several stations. the ads from the american freedom defense initiative suggest radical islamists are savages. metro tried to delay putting them up because of the deadly protests in the middle east, but yesterday a judge ruled metro must comply by monday night. the ads displayed at the georgia avenue u street, takoma park and clenmont stations. >>> nearly all of the planes grounded by american airlines by of the seat problems are back in service tonight. american took 48 boeing 757 jets out of service after reports of seats coming loose mid-flight. the airline was forced to cancel nearly 100 flights while they worked on the issue. mechanics say spilled drinks may have ruined the locking pins that keep the seats in place. >>> a popular d.c. night spot recently got a face-lift. now part of adams morgan is getting a new name as well. why d.c. officials wanted the change. >>> plus, jon stewart and bill o'reilly, ready to face-off at george washington university tonight. >>> and talk about pain at the pump. the new record high prices some people are paying out of >>> another
the american freedom defense initiative, sued last month for the right to display the ads in the metro system. they read, in any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel. defeat jihad. the transit agency initially resisted the poster campaign, which some view as anti-muslim. because it coincided with an outbreak of deadly violence in the middle east over an unrelated anti-muslim video on the internet. citing free speech concerns, a u.s. district judge said the posters would go up by 5:00 p.m. today. a grou of college students were among the first to see it. >> i study arabic and i think they're using jihad incorrectly. it means struggle, not blow things up. >> i definitely agree with freedom of speech working in the media, but i think you have to be conscious of how you're representing cultures. >> reporter: some posters in the new york subway system have been vandalized. >> it's savagery, and calling attention to savagery is not hate, it's love. >> reporter: the controversial posters have been installed in the u street, georgia avenue, tacoma, a
out so promising. london fletcher getting the defense pumped up before the game, and you know what? it worked. tough task facing the falcons qb. we have ryan on ryan qb crime. returns it 28 yards for the score. his second career touchdown. red kins up 7-0. third quarter, skins with third and goal. rg3 can't find an open receiver so he takes off and is hit hard as he was trying to slide out of bounds. he would leave the game. again, a mild concussion. coach shanahan said griffin didn't know the quarter or the score. he got back up but didn't return. next man up, the other rookie qb, kirk cousins. the fourth-round pick on his second drive. third and nine. he hooks up with santana moss for a 77-yard scoring strike. the first career td for cousins. he's loving it. skins take a 17-14 lead. but back come the falcons. under three to play, tied at 17. big hole for michael turner who runs in for a 13-yard game-winning touchdown. skins fall 24-17. so disappointing, but robert griffin iii, he left the game with a con kecussion and his teammates say he'll be okay. >> i talked to him but he sai
. >> reporter: sandusky's defense team said it will appeal the conviction. >> we believe had we had the time, that we would have had an opportunity to prove jerry's innocence. >> reporter: judge john cleland called it a story of betrayal and told san does kirk abused the trust of those that trusted you. the former coach was convicted on charges of sex abuse on ten young boys he met through the second mile, his charity for underprivileged youthful three of sandusky's victims confronted him in the courtroom. one stared directly at the defendant as he said, we both know exactly what happened. you should be ashamed of yourself. another sobbed as he told the court of his abuse and his harrowing road to recovery saying, i've not by any means arrived but i've certainly left. one of the jurors said she believes justice has been served but this case is far from over. the prosecutor said the investigation is continuing. nbc news, bellefonte, pennsylvania. >>> news for your health now for the first time. hiv tests are now available at some local drug stores. it is called the oraquick in-home hiv test.
they come back? >> pitching's got to turn around. turn around the pitching, defense, hitting, they've got to get the bats going, too. >> yes. >> are you sure? >> i'm rooting for them. >> they have jitters. and now they're going to do it. tomorrow night, you watch. >> reporter: tomorrow, another day. tomorrow, another play-off game. >>> preston deener running away after bullies attacked him in front of a tv camera. deener was suspended last week after fighting back against bullies in his gym class. he was not allowed to go to the homecoming dance, as a result a private homecoming dance against bullying is planned by students for this friday. >>> tomorrow morning, the national zoo will announce the autopsy results of a baby panda. that cub lived for six days before it died last month. zookeepers now believe the panda was a female. a preliminary report showed the cub had liver abnormalities and fluid in its abdomen. >>> an administrative is on paid leave for trying to prevent gay marriage in maryland. her name is angela mccaskill. she is the chief diversity officer at the school. mccaskill s
that went up this week in several metro stations. those ads are sponsored by the american freedom defense initiative. it compares muslim extremists to savages. the council on american islamic relations said its counterad sends a positive message. >> this ad starts with this from the koran. show forgiveness, speak for justice and avoid ignorant. we want to reintroduce civility and values to uplift the spirit of americans and to the mind of those who watch the campaign, to speak up. >> the 16-foot banners will go up next week in stations that feature the other ads and stay up for a month. >>> probably no surprise to commuters, the d.c. area has some of the worst traffic in the entire country. adam tuss got an update on some projects aimed to improve the beltway congestion. >> reporter: gas up and go. around here, it's the go that gets tough. >> i leave the house by 6:45. get on the toll road, get myself ready to spend about, what, $15 a day. it's at least 45 minutes. it's like constant stop-and-go. >> reporter: day after day, hit the gas, step on the brakes, a study by gps companies tom tom
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